The shoulder is an extremely complex joint. The highly mobile glenohumeral joint requires extensive muscular stability to maintain function. It is also impacted by the acromioclavicular and sternoclavicular joints. The cervical and thoracic spine are also heavily implicated in the function of the shoulder.
Learn how this complex joint can be simplified into control and movement impairments and learn how to identify and address each component. From this you can select the best treatment techniques which can range from manual therapy to muscle control and strengthening of the shoulder girdle. This complex joint is the basis of much research and the ways of assessing and treating this region are evolving. Use the bite sized videos to get the up to date information on identifying and treating pathologies in the shoulder.